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Terra Relicta Top 20 Of 2017



01. Sólstafir
- Berdreyminn
02. Ulver
- The Assassination Of Julius Caesar
03. Lacrimosa
- Testimonium
04.
Sun Of The Sleepless - To The Elements
05. Au Champ Des Morts
- Dans La Joie
06. Peter Bjärgö
- Animus Retinentia
07. End Of Green
- Void Estate
08.
Anathema - The Optimist
09. Friends Of Alice Ivy
- The Last Days Of Fenwyck
10. Last Leaf Down
- Bright Wide Colder

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THE CRAWLING - To Play At MetalDays Festival 2017

Irish doom trio The Crawling are happy to announce that they will play on this year's edition of MetalDays Festival in Tolmin Slovenia (more festival info can be found over HERE). The Crawling will be playing on Boško Bursać Stage (second stage) on Monday 24th July starting at 16.15 until 16.45. The band is traveling from Ireland and they want to get a decent crowd. The Crawling also released a promotional video for their appearance on MetalDays, so if you'll be there, even if they play at early hour, try not to miss out this fantastic band!
The Crawling recently released their highly acclaimed debut album, Anatomy Of Loss, via Grindscene Records. The band was formed in the winter of 2014 against the bleak concrete backdrop of Lisburn city, Northern Ireland, The Crawling have came a long way since their humble beginnings. Influenced by Paradise Lost, Entombed, Katatonia, My Dying Bride, Novembre and Bolt Thrower, to name a few, The Crawling use a guttural vocal to combine melancholy with weight, churning out a heavy, doom/death ensemble. The Crawling are: Andy Clarke (vocals/guitar), Stuart Rainey (bass/backing vocals) and Gary Beattie (drums).
Vocalist/guitarist Andy Clarke comments about their debut album: "Anatomy Of Loss is an album inspired by true events. It examines experiences of the band first hand, and what we see in our everyday lives. In short, it is a collection of stories about loss, regret and despondency. It looks at how people develop mechanisms to cope with grief, failure and heartbreak; and more often than not - the inability to do so. The recording process consisted of fun, despair, rage and subsequently immense satisfaction. Translating a song from the rehearsal studio to record is a daunting task, but this album was particularly challenging. I have my own studio, so we figured we would simply invest in ourselves, and spend far too many hours ensuring everything was captured just as we wanted. The results were inspiring; we have a heavy, clear and vigorous production showcasing the songs perfectly." Check the promo video they prepared for the festival in the player below and over HERE you can watch their official video clip for the track "The Right To Crawl". Link